The outstanding beginner’s book “The Art of Classical Guitar” Vol. 1 has been commended internationally and described as “the ultimate professional method book for the serious student who wishes to master the classical guitar”. One of the most comprehensive books ever written for students starting classical guitar, this 134 page volume is packed with instructional diagrams and photos, explanations of music theory, performance notes about the music, and unique exercises for the development of strong technique. It is intended for one-to-one tuition with a teacher, and this is the definitive learning situation to realize the best results from the book. However it has proved to be highly successful as well for self-instruction in circumstances where a teacher is not available – many satisfied customers have done it this way. Students with no previous guitar-playing or music-reading experience are methodically guided through the book’s contents to attain at the end an approximate 2nd grade public examination level of competency. This is achieved with both traditional and original new classical guitar repertoire, some of which has been selected compulsory material in the Music Examinations Board guitar syllabus for over 10 years. Over the 20 or more years that “The Art of Classical Guitar” Vol. 1 has been in circulation, customer feed-back has shown that it has been embraced by students of all age groups – from 15 to 60 years of age! And unsolicited testimonials about personal success and enjoyment with this book have been incoming from all parts of the world throughout this time. "Your guitar method series (classical) is invaluable in offering a systematic study of the instrument by isolating the various components and piecing them together in a stepwise, goal-oriented fashion." John P., student, Singapore. "This is the best guitar teaching book (Vol 1 classical) I have ever come across. It is carefully graded, the steps are small and well explained, everything makes sense, the music theory is very helpful, and at the end of the book one really feels one has achieved something." Vanessa T., student, Australia. "I have been using The Art of Classical Guitar books for a couple of years now and have found them to be most successful." Steven B., Guitar Teacher, England
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Australian guitarist Peter Altmeier-Mort began his formative years of music tuition studying violin, flute, and piano. After taking up the classical guitar he went on to further his studies at Sydney Conservatorium of Music where he was a pupil of the acclaimed Segovian disciple, Antonio Losada. After leaving Australia to reside in Spain, he received the International Fellowship grant from the Australia Council to continue studying in Europe where his teachers were the great Spanish international maestros Narciso Yepes and Jose Tomas. He has given recitals, media broadcasts, masterclasses, and seminars in the UK, Holland, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. His professional activities have taken the guitar into a wide range of arts mediums including chamber music, musical theatre, drama, ballet, and visual arts productions. He has worked in the studio session field in various musical styles, as well as completing arranging and composition commissions for radio, television, and independent film productions. In recent years he has held tutor and lecturing positions at some of Australia’s major tertiary institutions including the West Australian Conservatorium of Music, WA Teachers’ College, and the University of NSW Department of Music Education. He has been an examiner for the Australian Music Examinations Board, a consultant and Curriculum Council adviser for the development of secondary school music programs, and a Senior teacher of guitar with the WA State Department of Education.
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Descripción Westside Music. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0731681614
Descripción Westside Music, 1989. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110731681614